Empty Pews?

A 2022 Pew Research study suggests 18–35-year-olds are leaving the church at alarming rates. In this podcast, we dig into the data with several local pastors to find out what […]

Herman Bavinck: How Theology Should Serve the Church

Dutch Reformed Theologian Herman Bavinck has been broadly influential to many of today’s seasoned pastors and theologians. His work on the Revelation of God and Reformed Dogmatics became standard fare […]

Toward A Theology of Things

Nate Wambold

It has always been hard for Christians to strike a balance on “things.” Either there seems a push to imply there should be no restraint with respect to material goods, […]

A Conversation with Dr. Kelly M. Kapic

“Gift” and “good” aren’t words that usually come to mind when we think about our limitations. Dr. Kelly M. Kapic, author of You’re Only Human: How Your Limits Reflect God’s […]

Social Media Isn’t Free

Chris Martin, author of Terms of Service: The Real Cost of Social Media, says social media has become so pervasive that not even non-users can fully escape it. He joins […]

A Discussion of Middle Age Today

The Dr. is in–again–and this time, Nate Wambold talks mid-life with Dr. Matt Miller, Director of Cairn’s Counseling. Is Generation X long-forgotten and already checked out, or just spooling up […]

Youth Ministry: Beyond Covid

Due to changes in the culture and a renewed vision for discipleship in youth ministry, many are re-examining approaches to youth ministry. The Covid-19 “Divine Disruption” accelerated changes and also […]